EOSDA launches new SAT satellites into the LEO by 2024!
On this Wednesday, EOS Data Analytics announces the launch for seven optical satellites of EOS SAT in the lower earth orbit by 2024. The company has a bigger motive to ensure that agriculture and the farming sector adhere to advanced technology and grasp first-hand data on farmland and crops without delay.
The company's target leans towards the agricultural sector and has a plan to complete a dedicated satellite data production vertical. This can constitute everything starting from direct imagery collection, analysis, processing, and the delivery part.
Key objectives for satellite release by EOSDA
It is supposed to be one of its kind imagery constellation satellite that has a bird's eye on scrutinizing the farmlands' overall details. EOS is quite enthralled to become the pioneer in developing the agriculture-oriented constellation. After the launch of these latest satellites, EOSDA ensures to amplify precision and availability as per its monitoring features. It can also help accept and address land degradation, climatic fluctuation, and other threats to the environment.
What is the goal behind launch of Agriculture-focused imaged constellation?
Recently, Max Polyakov, the founder of EOSDA, released a statement explaining how fruitful the new satellite invention can prove for the agricultural sector's overall development. This can enhance food production in constant climatic changes that need an understanding of the sustainable agriculture fundamentals.
Unless the legit data and analytics are accessible, the primary objective behind the satellite constellation remains incomplete. He is pretty straightforward with the vision of procuring all mandatory agriculture-related data to the farmers.
With this level of progression in agriculture and farming, a new splurge is susceptible to the amount of food production and quality of crops. It is now possible to predict the type and amount of crops that can also help farmers calculate their tentative earnings. There would be an ease of agriculture functionality, and determining the land fertility is also now under the scope. This launch will be a big boon for the entire farming industry and the businesses associated with it.
All the satellites announced through EOSDA will be optical and feature the exceptional dynamics of 1.4 m panchromatic and 2.8 m multispectral Ground sample resolution (Distance). It will have 11 band channels which are again amongst its distinctive features. EOSDA is also simultaneously making efforts and working progressively towards imagery constellation of 6 other Synthetic Aperture Radar, i.e., SAR satellites.
With the advent of such new technology and satellite imagery innovations, it is evident that the agriculture sector might witness a big boom in the coming years due to accuracy in farming operations. EOS has projections of the satellite release in multiple phases such as 2022, 2023, and 2024 probably!